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Prime office rents in Europe

Infographic: Prime Office Rents in Europe

How much is it to rent an office in major European cities?

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Infographic: Communication Through The Ages

Infographic: Communication Through The Ages

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Yanis Varoufakis and Alexis Tsipras

The Greek reality in August beats the suspense of any drama series

There once was a saying that there is no news in August. The Greek reality seems to doubt that saying. August is full of news of critical importance.

by Anna Kokkinidou on

Basketball cadet team players at welcome in Sarajevo

Young basketball team from Bosnia and Herzegovina became a powerful example for the whole country and region

This year the FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship, previously known as FIBA Europe Championship for Cadets, took place in Lithuania, Kaunas. The team from Bosnia and Herzegovina won the golden medal of this prestigious basketball competition.

by Hamza Pecar on

Who is ruling European countries?

Infographic: Leading Parties in European Countries

What do we know about the political preferences of neighbours?

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Greek drama

The tension in Greece is growing

The new parliamentary elections have been already declared for September and following the Greek, as well as the foreign press, there is a growing uncertainty about “what comes next” on all levels.

by Anna Kokkinidou on

Things that could get you executed in Iran

Travel safe: 14 things that could get you executed in Iran

And to make things more interesting we have a comparison of how those things are punished in the US.

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King's College London Societies: ESKA

Forging a vibrant student community in study and an active Alumni when leaving study

by Robert Heslop on

Percentage of population of EU countries that answered 'yes' to the question 'do you feel European?'

European Citizenship

Ethos of the Future, or Hopeless Pipe Dream?

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Tourists Crowd Little European Countries

The Vatican City is at the top of this list

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Zoran Zarev

End of an Era?

Macedonian Crisis Officially Resolved

by Ivana Dushkova on

Funders and Founders

Infographics: How Startup Funding Works

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Portugal is the sea/ Portugal é Mar

Portugal is the sea

The date of August 21,1415 is an important mark for the Portuguese history. 600 years ago the Portuguese army, where some of the sons of the first Portuguese king from the second dynasty were part of, made a surprising assault on Ceuta. The Portuguese captured the city. In this way, the long-lived Portuguese Empire was founded.

by Fábio Lopes Paulos on

Infographic: World Humanitarian Day

Infographic: World Humanitarian Day

Remembering 19 August 2003

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A panorama of the Dubrovnik city

Dubrovnik, the Pearl of the Adriatic

Take a virtual tour in one of the most well-preserved medieval cities in Europe

by Robin Alves on

European Day for Organ Donation

European Day for Organ Donation

European Day for Organ Donation and Transplantation

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Smart companies hire talents from diverse cultures

Smart companies hire talents from diverse cultures

Employing expats brings many benefits to companies. They just need to learn to embrace diversity.

by Olivia Strzelczyk on

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The European Court of Human Rights Uncovered

What It Does? Who It Protects? Why It Matters?

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Cyber Attack

Key problems European states face when addressing the cyber threat.

Actions & Consequences: the problem of defining a 'Cyber attack.'

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Windmills

Europe leads the way in renewable energy!

Europe’s greenhouse gas emissions are falling fast

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Kurdish protesters and others demonstrate against the Turkish government's ISIS policy in Istanbul

The Turks, the Kurds and the Middle East...

A look at the present and future of the Kurds, taking into account the current situation and Turkey's role

by George Chatzelenis on

Professionals Programme Education

Professionals Programme Education

HELP Programme

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canals of Amsterdam

Amsterdam, the Venice of the North

As a recent visitor of Amsterdam, I created a short presentation of the city and I am willing to give you some advice to enjoy your trip.

by Robin Alves on

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Global Twitter Censorship

France is ath the fifth place of this list

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The desire for Greek & EU Unity

Short Term Pain, Long Term Gain

Assessing the Greek need to accept the harsh realities of their economic plight

by Liam Keenan on

A Call to Action - #BeActive

A Call to Action - #BeActive

Get Europeans Moving - #BeActive

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The Iranian flag

How to deal with Iran

Exploring the consequences of lifting the sanctions imposed in Iran

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Infographics: Girls Participation in Youth Sports

Infographics: Girls Participation in Youth Sports

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World Youth Unemployment

Infographics: International Youth Day

World Youth Unemployment

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Au pair in Europe

The Au Pair Experience: Your Foot in the Door of a Journey Abroad?

Our authors Ana Oliveira and Karolina Pronckute share their insight into the challenging yet rewarding experience of working as an au pair, and explain why this role can lead to a longer-term career abroad.

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